LASIK eye surgery can be used to treat some cases of astigmatism. Here, one of our expert eye surgeons Mr Radwan Almousa discusses the treatment options for the eye condition and, if you are considering the procedure, what questions you should ask your ophthalmologist beforehand.
Mr Radwan Almousa explains floppy eyelid syndrome (FES) - an under-diagnosed condition that can lead to red eyes and skin irritation.
When you have a blocked tear duct, your tears don't drain out of the eye properly, so they end up overflowing and running down your cheeks. It's usually caused by a complete or partial obstruction in the tear drainage system, however, there can be other causes. Mr Radwan Almousa, a highly-skilled consultant ophthalmologist in London, explains.
Patients with a scratched eye make up around 10% of all new visits to the ophthalmic emergency care, and although it’s a minor injury, it can cause significant discomfort. Mr Radwan Almousa, one of our top consultant ophthalmologist based in London walks us through the typical treatment plan you can expect from an ophthalmologist.
The cornea is considered the strongest lens in the eye and any alteration with its clarity can have a significant effect on your vision. One of our top ophthalmologists Mr Radwan Almousa explains which conditions may affect the cornea and whether they can be replaced with transplantation.
Are you considering laser eye surgery to correct your near-sightedness? As well as LASIK and LASEK, there is also the option for a laser procedure called SMILE. SMILE is a femtosecond laser-assisted refractive procedure for the treatment of short-sightedness (myopia) and blurry vision (astigmatism). Mr Radwan Almousa explains how it works and just how precise the procedure is.